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When the kernel is recompiled, does it recompile the entire kernel or are some parts of the kernel fixed and not changeable?...
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- 01-01-2008 #1
When the kernel is recompiled, does it recompile the entire kernel or are some parts of the kernel fixed and not changeable?
- 01-01-2008 #2
It depends on why and what do you want to achieve. You can compile particular modules or entire kernel or install/apply kernel patches.
- 01-01-2008 #3
compile the entire kernel or is there pieces of kernel code that are fixed andt will escape this process?(not counting kernel patches and bug fixes)
- 01-01-2008 #4
- 01-01-2008 #5
"make dep" is not necessary for 2.6 kernels. The other commands compile the kernel and any modules you selected during kernel configuration.